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On 24 Jul 2019 Sitting Senator Alex Antic Liberal Party of Australia declared
Travel/Hospitality
on behalf of Self:
1 x ticket to the Adelaide Crows v Essendon football match at the Adelaide Oval together with associated hospitality. Provided by Optus.
On 18 Dec 2018 Sitting Member Amanda Rishworth Australian Labor Party declared
Gifts
on behalf of Self:
I would like to declare that I have received a commemorative challenge coin from Boeing to celebrate the success of the Invictus Games Sydney 2018. I a unaware of the value of the coin. I have included a copy of the letter received from Boeing together with a photograph of the coin.
On 09 May 2018 Sitting Member Chris Hayes Australian Labor Party declared
Travel/Hospitality
on behalf of Self:
I recently travelled to Turkey from 20 April 2018 to 4 May 2018 to participate in a program arranged by the Australian Turkish Advocacy Alliance. I was also part of the Australian delegation at the Anzac Day ceremonies at Gallipoli. Together with an Officer of the Australian Embassy, I met with representatives of the UNHCR, as well as the leadership of various churches and service providers associated with the provision of humanitarian relief for displaced people as a consequence of the Middle East crisis. My travel and accommodation was provided by the Islamic Council of Halal Meats Australia
On 28 Sep 2017 Sitting Member Scott Morrison Liberal Party of Australia declared
Travel/Hospitality
on behalf of Self:
Clontarf Foundation - Outback Adventure In 2015, the Clontarf Foundation established an academy at Endeavour High School in my electorate of Cook. Catering for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander male students from years 7-12, the Academy exists to improve their education, discipline, life skills, self-esteem and employment prospects. By doing so this equips them to participate meaningfully in society. I have seen firsthand the results the program is delivering locally and wanted to share this experience with others. So in August I joined some Clontarf graduates, their mentors and some of the business leaders who financially support the program on an outback trek to Bourke and Brewarrina. The aim was to give the kids another experience outside of school and footy. A mentoring type exercise allowing the boys to converse with people who have life experiences of their own to share and meet the Alumna. Visiting the Bourke and Brewarrina academies was further affirmation to me that the Governments, both State and Federal, should continue to support the Foundation. The boys and community attitude towards the boys future is one of promise and blue sky. The boys all have long term plans and goals for their future which would not exist without the Clontarf academies in their schools. I hope to make this journey an annual pilgrimage to the various Clontarf academies around Australia. Again taking with me mentor like figures from all walks of life, together with the financial support of Clontarf sponsors who made the trek possible. All transportation, meals and accommodation (mostly camping in some of the most beautiful outback areas of NSW) were directly covered by the Clontarf Foundation. I look forward to making similar trips with these amazing young leaders in the future
On 12 Dec 2016 Sitting Member Julian Leeser Liberal Party of Australia declared
Memberships
on behalf of Self:
Ambassador for Live @ Live, a volunteer group bringing regional musicians together to support good mental health
On 27 Sep 2016 Sitting Senator Murray Watt Australian Labor Party declared
Memberships
on behalf of Self:
Member - Together Union


On 13 Jun 2017 Former Senator David Bushby Liberal Party of Australia declared
Travel/Hospitality
on behalf of Self:
Between the 1st of May and the 7th of May 2017, I was a guest of the Taipei Economic & Cultural Office, who sponsored a trip to and from Taiwan, together with accommodation and incidentals